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Nov 12, 2011 6:00am EST
, as we begin today's ceremony, we will present a special tribute to america's veterans. nc-17 hundreds, generations of our military men and women have established a legacy of resolve and determination that exists in our country today. ♪ following the attack on pearl harbor, america pause greatest generation stepped forward to chisel their place in history at normandy, midway, and around the world. it was short-lived as the world rushed into the nuclear age and became polarized between the forces of democracy and communism. ♪ >> in carioca, -- in korea our troops served after three years of intense combat, the armistice was signed that list -- that is still in effect today. ♪ ♪ >> in vietnam, our next generation of veterans engaged the enemy with honor in places like the tet offensive. following vietnam, the united states turned to an all-a volunteer force. they demonstrate the result of united states grenada and panama rescuing thousands for the fall of the berlin war, marked our victory in the cold war. ♪ history repeated itself as history emerged in the middle east and eur
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Nov 13, 2011 8:00pm EST
♪ ♪ and we almost hang on to that ♪ ♪ up on plains, they're coming to america and never looking back again, they're coming to america ♪ ♪ oh, it's a new and shine i place ♪ ♪ and they are great, and warm ♪ ♪ it's that new wind, we make our bed and say our grace ♪ ♪ and lights burning warm and lights burning warm, come on ♪ >> red, white, blue. what's the greatest country? ♪ it's everywhere around the world, you know they're coming to america ♪ ♪ and every time that flag unfurls, they're looking to america ♪ ♪ they've got a dream they've come to share and you see them coming ♪ ♪ they have a dream they come to share, they are he' bringing it to america ♪ ♪ to america ♪ we're america, i want to know this, i want to know it ♪ ♪ i'm talking sweet america, my, my ♪ ♪ america, there's only one, there's only one, there's only one, one, one, one ♪ ♪ my country 'tis of thee ♪ sweet land of liberty, of thee i sing, of thee i sing ♪ ♪ of thee i sing, today ♪ one word all i want from you come on ♪ today, today, america, oh, my, my, my,
Nov 29, 2011 7:30pm PST
. thank you. >> item 9c, informational presentation regarding project approvals for the 34th america's cup. >> brad benson, special projects manager, here representing a very broad team working on the america's cup effort. jonathan is my co-project manager. dan has been leading with the planning department staff the ceqa efforts. kelly is the environmental project manager for the america's cup, looking at issues both on for property and off. our cfo has been helping the project team understand the financial implications of the america's cup. we are joined tonight by several representatives of the event authority. the second half of tonight's presentation will be given by david, vice-president for the consultant team that has helped the event authority design the proposed uses of various port sites, and of property, we have john stringer, who has been working with a broader team on looking at the construction activities that will be needed to prepare [inaudible] we look forward to negotiating some of the longer-term development opportunities that will arise out of the america's cup. we are
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Nov 13, 2011 8:00pm PST
around the world ♪ they coming to america every time that flag unfurld they come to america they have a dream they come to share ♪ you can see them coming? ♪ they have a dream they come to share ♪ they bringing it to america ♪ to america ♪ sweet america ♪ my one and only ♪ my one and only ♪ mine, yours, ours ♪ i'm talking about sweet, sweet america ♪ my, my, my america ♪ there is only one, there is only one ♪ there is only one, one, one, one ♪ my country tis of thee ♪ sweet land of liberty ♪ of thee i sing ♪ of thee i sing ♪ of thee i sing ♪ today! ♪ one word that's what i want from you come on, veterans, come on ♪ today ♪ sweet, sweet ♪ whoa my my my my ♪ whoa my my my ♪ america ♪ you put your life on the line for america ♪ you put your line on -- you put your life on the line for america ♪ we want to thank you so ♪ we want to thank you ♪ come on thank them very, very ♪ all of you who love this country stand for all the veterans across this nation ♪ that's right, that's right ♪ let's sing it for america. are you ready? c
Nov 18, 2011 8:00pm PST
i am is standing between you and the incredible presentation on the america's cup, filled with more rumbling bass and you will hear outside a movie center. but i do want to remind all of you that you probably saw the recent report showing how vital hospitals are to the health of sentences go. we are etched with the largest single industry in town, beating out tourism, and responsible for almost 100,000 jobs in the city. you noticed my little plug here. we're a community benefit for san francisco, although we have only been around since 1854. all four of our campuses actually got started more than 100 years ago, back in the 19th century, although none of those original buildings are still standing. we do face a seismic challenge that, although many of us prefer to make believe does not exist, actually of course still does exist. we are responsible for 30% of the inpatient beds in the city and the e our visits. we care for about 40% of everybody who gets health care in the city, and we deliver half the babies in san francisco. if you think there are very few children in san francisco
Nov 14, 2011 8:00am EST
at some of what's ahead today on c-span2. next, "the communicators" with voice of america director david ensor on the future plans for his organization. then a panel of federal and state appeals court judges give some insight into the decision making process. after that, a senate hearing on the economic challenges facing native americans, and later the senate's back at 2 p.m. eastern for an hour of general speeches followed by debate on fiscal year 2012 spending for energy and water development, financial services and foreign operations. >> this week on "the communicators," a discussion about the future of voice of america with voa's new director, david ensor. >> host: david ensor, how would you describe the mission of voa and how it's evolved over the last 50, 60 years? >> guest: you know, the mission has actually stayed pretty much the same since 1942 when we went on the air, on february 1, 1942, and that is to try to provide a truthful and accurate news broadcast to all the different countries that we broadcast to, and also to explain to them what's going on in the united states and w
Nov 21, 2011 1:30am EST
background it is a bad thing. sure it exist within black america. now on the question of barack obama and the black vote, in presidential politics, then the democratic nominee who ever that is coming typically gets the lion's share of the black vote. bill clinton got over 9% of the black vote and the same was true of all gore. they are white but they are democrats in presidential politics in particular, black america overwhelmingly goes with the democratic nominee. was that instinctual the case of barack obama? of course, it was. his color has something to do with that. those are some of my reactions. >> host: cancun mexico. good afternoon. >> caller: dr. kennedy. i am so happy for your rise to your position but i have a lot question. first of all,, there is the lot of incarcerating the thousands in thousands of young men am present in women to come i am sure for such a minor minor thing when the total the basis of the whole country is based on criminal activity. the criminal activity takes someone's land by force. if you would address at as the lot issue then making it to the basis o
Nov 1, 2011 5:30pm PDT
and goliath battle over those $5 bank fees. goliath caves tonight. the news on bank of america. >>> and our own made in america. this man wants to create american jobs. so, why on earth would the u.s. government make him go home? >>> the defense rests in the michael jackson manslaughter case. what the pop star's brothers say they did to try to save his life. >>> and is it possible this is the happiest woman in america? what is she doing to power up her life? >>> good evening. we have a giant headline to tell you about tonight about health. the topic? breast cancer and alcohol, including wine. the results are in from the biggest study of its kind in history, by the american medical association. 100,000 women followed over 28 years. and the conclusion? less than a drink a day, even a glass of wine with dinner, could change the risk of breast cancer. in whom and why? so, we asked abc's andrea canning to break it all down for us tonight. >> reporter: the new study out today found compelling evidence that having even a single glass of wine each day raises your risk of breast cancer. >> in the pa
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Nov 5, 2011 7:30am PDT
deal gets done. here in america, it's bargaining transfer day is. do you know where your cash is. the folks leading the charge against big banks, say that americans should tack their big bank dough and run to small banks and if everyone follows suit wouldn't that be a bank run and wouldn't that be bad? >> our julie banderas is on bargaining transfer day. >> many people. hundreds of thousands have octobered on this 650,000 bank customers, estimated to have taken their money out of beg banks and transferred them into credit unions where they know they won't be charged with checking account or debit account fees. this, after bank of america had issued that $5 debit card fee, which they have since canceled, but it doesn't matter for a lot of the people who are just angry at these big banks and they're moving to the smaller ones. amounting to 2, to 4.5 billion dollars actually in new savings accounts, according to a national survey of credit unions by the credit union national association, by the end of this weekend, the number of accounts that the credit unions and community banks co
Nov 28, 2011 3:00pm PST
, one that allowed the poor to capture additional tax increment financing associated with america's cup sites to be able to help finance the cruise terminal project, which is our leading project right now. it was an extraordinary ask in a difficult year and tom and his staff navigated the process to get that bill over the finish line. and then we had ab 418, which was a bill initially to help pier 70, a project that many court staff were pouring their hearts and souls into. a 65-acre site at the foot of petraeus hill -- of potrero hill. there were some very complicated public trust issues that needed state legislative action in order to let that development will forward. tom and his staff carried that and late in the day helped us to work through some public trust issues associated with the america's cup as well. you may not all know, but i was staff to tom. he had to put up with me for seven years. [laughter] but i wanted to say to you, you are a dear friend, a mentor to me. it means so much for me to be able to work with you, even now while you are up in sacramento. on behalf of all p
Nov 21, 2011 12:00am EST
. that is what we saw three years ago as we saw reconciliation. it's the spirit of progress, in america, which allows me to stand before you today, as president of the united states. and it's the spirit i'll see later today when i become the first u.s.president to visit the northern territory, where i'll meet the traditional owners of the land. nor has our progress come without great sacrifice. this morning, i was humbled and deeply moved by a visit to your war memorial to pay my respects to australia's fallen sons and daughters. later today, in darwin, i'll join the prime minister in saluting our brave men and women in uniform. and it will be a reminder that -- from the trenches of the first world war to the mountains of afghanistan -- aussies and americans have stood together, we have fought together, we have given lives together in every single major conflict of the past hundred years. every single one. this solidarity has sustained us through a difficult decade. we will never forget the attacks of 9/11, that took the lives not only of americans, but people from many nations, including aust
Nov 17, 2011 6:00pm EST
>> this is "bbc world news america." funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. shell. unand baioand union bank. >> union bank has put its a wide range of companies, from small businesses to major corporations. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news america." >> this is bbc world news america reporting from washington. police and protesters face off in new york as occupy wall street tries to prove its still has plenty of fight. the party will completely enter the political process in burma. >> the people have been able to come out to see me and reach me. this is a change. >> it is tough times. we could all use a hug. we will introduce you to woman who has crowds lining up world wise for an embrace. -- world wide for an embrace. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and around the world. it is the global movement that stretches from manhattan to mumbai. today occupy wall street protesters clashed with police. three months after they brought their demands to national a
Nov 12, 2011 6:30pm EST
of america specifically? we have heard a little bit about them phasing out some of the services. what are those changes being made it? country live in a constantly changing world. we no longer broadcast to france or germany or western europe because there is not a need to. when you have so much money, you want to reach key audiences. one of the reasons we drop a language services because it really is not -- in croatia for example, there are about to join the e help -- the eu. they are already a member of nato. things are going well for croatia. china is another story. my feeling is there is a very great need for our voice to be heard in china. we are like to be looking at creative ways to try to reach more of the chinese people with voice of america. i would expect that would include not so much short wave radio which our data shows is really not reaching very many people any more in china. it's still reaches some. more in terms of satellite television, we will be doing a lot of work on the internet. we will use internet circumvention techniques. many look at the arab spring and saw t
Nov 8, 2011 2:30pm PST
america." funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. shell. and union bank. >> union bank has put its financial strength to work for a wide range of companies, from small businesses to major corporations. what can we do for you? >> and now, "bbc world news america." >> this is a special edition of "bbc world news america" reporting from outside the white house. good buying berlusconi -- the italian prime minister will resign after suffering a humility -- humiliating defeat in parliament. a pennsylvania town built to house america's growing middle class now records its demise. and he has corresponded with countless world leaders -- we introduce you to the brooklyn panned out whose mail is making history. >> i only do this as a hobby and a cia agent said it's a helluva hockey. -- helluva hockey. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs and around the globe. we're coming live from the white house to mark one year to go until voters mark their presidential ballots. just as the economy is the b
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Nov 22, 2011 12:00am EST
people together, be a real leader for change in america so i'm going to run an ad that shows him and the things he said here in new hampshire and the speech here and the contrast between what he said and what he did is so stark, people will recognize they need to have someone new to lead the country and then i describe why i'm the right person for that responsibility. we will put that ad up on tuesday, the very day he comes to new hampshire. >> we will run it first and take a look at that ad right now. [applause] >> i am confident that we can -- we need a plan for the middle class. we need a new direction. if we keep talk back the economy, we are going to lose. >> i am going to do something to government, i call it the smaller, simpler, smarter approach to government. getting rid of programs, turning programs back to states and finally making government itself more efficient. i am going to get rid of obamacare. it's killing jobs and it's keeping your kids from having the prospects they deserve. >> as you get closer to the end, you are less than two months, governor, away from the
Nov 14, 2011 8:00pm EST
in need of a problem." thank you very much. >> tonight on the communicator, directer of voice of america, david ensor on how u.s. government funded news is changing. after that, remarks from the president and ceo of blue cross blue shield, scott serota on the future of the health care industry. >> this week on the communicator, the discussion about the future of voice of america with voa's new director, david ensor. >> host: david ensor, how would you describe the mission of the voa and how it's evolved over the last 50-60 years? >> guest: you know, the mission has been the same since 1942 when we went on the air in feb 1st, 1942, and that is to provide an accurate newscast to the countries we broadcast to and explain to them what's going on in the united states and what this country's all about. that mission remained the same, but the way we do it changed dramatically, and right now it's changing because of the ways human communicate with each other are changing rapidly at the moment. where in history people think of voa as a broadcaster on short wave with the huddled masses in eastern
Nov 21, 2011 12:30am EST
had in california. these of the values we pride. he understood what america was really all about. it is with great pride and humility that we hear on the hundredth anniversary of the birthday of ronald reagan gather. >> he worked as an actor. >> a spokesman is ronald reagan. >> good evening. february 6, 2011 marks the day president reagan would have turned 100 years old. this moment is a historic opportunity to remember the lives, lessons, and legacies. >> to limit ourselves to small dreams. >> he believed america's best days lie ahead. >> those who say we are in a time when there are no heroes, they do not know where to look. >> there is confidence and optimism. >> we would like to do a better job of getting the ones that america is in there. it is a freedom that is special and rare. >> ronald reagan stood for time as beliefs. these are memories that must be handed down for future generations to do the same. >> if your parents have not been teaching what it means to be american, let them know. >> he also never failed to see the humor and life. >> i buy myself for the first time
Nov 2, 2011 2:00pm PDT
smiley. tonight a conversation with one of latin america's most famous voices, and ariel dorfman. he was exiled in chile in 1973. now the chair of the latin uke, hen studies in d wrote "feeding on dreams: confessions of an unrepentant exile." we are glad you joined us. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it's the cornerstone we all know. it's not just a street or boulevard, but a place where walmart stands together with your community to make every day better. >> nationwide insurance supports tavis smiley. with every question and every answer, nationwide insurance is proud to join tavis in working to improve financial literacy and remove obstacles to economic empowerment one conversation at a time. nationwide is on your side. >> and by contributions from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: ariel dorfman is an acclaimed novelist and human activist who served in chile before 1973. he is the chairman of latin american studies at duke and author of "feeding on dreams: confessions of an unrepentant exile." is great to have you on the program. >> thank you. i love th
Nov 19, 2011 11:00am PST
the public is starting to get used to is the fact that the 34th america's cup is really a new type of america's cup. the races before have been off the coast, hard for spectators to you. not always in the -- always in very impressive votes, but not always the fastest racing yachts available. the plan is really now to go with these catamarans that are dramatic. we have seen them out on the day -- bay, and it is amazing to watch. speeds are impressive and it will be a new race and a new experience. the overview of my presentation will be sort of the even timeline -- even timeline, the various partners involved, the course area, some of the venues. i will leave the venue description to david. implementation plans, talk a little bit about the transportation strategy and go into question and answer. so there are three main parties to the host and a new agreement that the city signed in december 2010. city and county of san francisco, the america's cup event a 40 -- this is a group that is managing the planning for the event on land, and the america's cup organizing -- excuse me -- yes, organizing
Nov 17, 2011 7:00pm PST
the last few decades. >> do you believe that? i don't think the president understands america. americans are lazy, that's pathetic. >> the remarks the that president obama said are taken out of context. >> he said the u.s. has gotten soft about selling its stuff overseas. >> we aren't out there hungry trying to attract new businesses in to america. ♪ newt gingrich is busy looking for new ways to lie about himself. >> i did no lobbying of any kind. >> i have never profited, never profited from public service. >> if you are not tough enough to with stand this kind of scrutiny. >> i welcome this kind of examination. >> there's to so much more. >> his thinking that he's the smartest guy in the room has hurt america. >> seven documentary films. >> we need a leader, not a reader. okay. you just are not going to believe what mitt romney actually said about you. >> americans are lazy. >> can you believe that? that's what the leading republican presidential candidate thinks is wrong with america, that americans are lazy. that's pathetic. but he's not the only republican presidential candidate w
Nov 20, 2011 6:00am EST
of running numbers with cbo and others to put together the road map for america's future. i had seven co-sponsors. congress and reintroduced it and had 13 co-sponsors. we got every republican but for to vote for it in the house. all republicans but five voted for it in the senate. largely because of the infusion of energy from our new freshmen , less career people, we dramatically moved the center of gravity on this issue, especially within our own caucus. what i get out of this, from spending time with erskine and allen on that commission, spending time with alice rivlin, to fix this problem in the making, it is erskine bowles and alice rivlin tight democrats who we agree with on the elementsf tax reform, on the elements of and taught and tax reform, on the basic principles. the problem is, those are not the kind of democrats running the white house or in charge of the house and senate. what that means is we might have to wait for an election, but if the election goes the way we wanted to go, i see an opportunity to work with moderate democrats to form a center-right coalition where can
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